Supporters of driverless cars say they have the potential to save tens of thousands of lives per year, but the technology is unproven and evidence suggests that automated vehicles are more accident prone than conventional cars. As they become widely adopted, driverless cars will open up new avenues for attorneys to go after manufacturers' deep pockets.
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